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Handling cash is expensive. Cash automation increases profit by reducing labor costs. It’s technology that pays for itself.

Counting cash by hand is a waste of money.

ARCA cash automation technology allows you to stop spending your profits on the labor required to count and recount cash during till preparation and reconciliation every day. Your staff will be able to spend more time on the sales floor.

Cash automation also reduces your cash exposure and risk. Money is secured in a smart safe eliminating the threat of theft. Your money, employees and customers are less at risk. More savings, more profits, less risk, quick ROI.

Streamline your cash room

ARCA technology secures your money, creates accountability, gives you a clear picture of your cash, and significantly reduces operational expenses.

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The Benefits of Cash Automation

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Increase revenue and lower cost

Employees are freed to develop relationships and offer new services to customers and eliminate wasted time and effort counting and corralling cash.

Save money

Recyclers are rated for overnight cash storage. With no need to clear cash daily, you can reduce labor and cash-in-transit costs.

Save Time

Automating deposit, validation, denominational sorting, counting, storage and dispensing cash saves tellers as much as 90 minutes a day.

Increase safety

Cash automation lowers the amount of cash in the branch environment, reducing risk and increasing the odds a robber would choose a different target.

Use cash more efficiently

Recyclers allow you to operate efficiently with less cash-on-hand in each branch, maximize note recirculation and reducing cash-in-transit costs.

Increase customer satisfaction

Assisted self-service terminals allow customers to complete their transactions on their own and call for a teller if they need assistance.